McConnell still hasn't decided how he'll vote in Trump's impeachment trial: Report
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, seen in December 2019, has not ruled out voting to convict President Donald Trump after his impeachment. (AFP)

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has reportedly not decided whether he'll vote to acquit former president Donald Trump.

The Kentucky Republican was not among six GOP senators to affirm the impeachment trial of a former president was constitutional, but Bloomberg News reported that McConnell was still mulling whether he might vote to convict Trump for inciting the U.S. Capitol insurrection.

McConnell signaled that GOP senators were free to vote their conscience in the impeachment trial, but it seems unlikely there would be 17 Republicans votes necessary to meet the two-thirds majority to convict Trump on the House's impeachment charge.

The Senate minority leader reiterated to senators in a Monday night leadership meeting that they're free to vote their conscience, said a person familiar with the matter.